- of or relating to the philosopher Francis Bacon or his doctrines.
- an adherent of the Baconian philosophy.
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All the problems of woodland cookery are best saved by the baconian method.Days Off
Henry Van Dyke
The Baconian theory has found its widest acceptance in America.A Life of William Shakespeare
Two words form the key of the Baconian doctrine, —— and progress.English Synonyms and Antonyms
James Champlin Fernald
Mill, like his Scottish rivals, applies 'Baconian' principles.The English Utilitarians, Volume II (of 3)
But when we turn to the Baconian philosophy, this faculty is absent.Nineteenth Century Questions
James Freeman Clarke
- of or relating to Francis Bacon, the philosopher, or to his inductive method of reasoning
- a follower of Bacon's philosophy
- one who believes that plays attributed to Shakespeare were written by Bacon